Boris Karloff

Boris Karloff was a film actor who was active during the 1930s. He was one of Albert Potter's idols. (AUDIO: Pier Pressure)

In 1938, Monroe Stahr told Seth Rakoff that "for a hundred more," they could've had Karloff play the lead in The Curse of the Scarab instead of Raschid Karnak. (COMIC: The Curse of the Scarab)

In 2163, Peri Brown sarcastically referred to a Roboman as "Boris Karloff". (AUDIO: Masters of Earth)

Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]

  • Karloff was at one point considered for the part of Dr. Who in the planned 1965 radio plays, but was unavailable at the time.[1]

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